What are longitudinal and transverse waves?


Longitudinal waves and transverse waves are quite different. Longitudinal waves are the waves in which the direction of propagation is parallel to that of movement of the particles. Transverse waves are the waves where the movement of the particles in perpendicular to direction of propagation of wave.
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